- Report: #583927
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Complaint Review: Legal Asset Department
Legal Asset DepartmentDallas, Texas United States of America
Legal Asset Department I received a call from from someone who stated that they were "Investigating Officer John Mallos" and they were presenting USA Fast Cash to which I have defaulted on a loan. It was in 2009 but they co Dallas, Texas
I received a voicemail stating that I needed to call "Officer John Mallos" regarding a legal case that had been filed against me by USA Fast Cash where I defaulted on a payday loan. I do not recall a loan to this institution in 2009.
Whe I returned the calle, I was given a case# and the "Officer" read me all of the charges and when I asked for a copy to be faxed to me, I was told that a copy could not be sent to me. When I asked the date of the filing, I was told that they was no date.
When we were disconnected, I received a call back from an international telephone number.
I want to alert all consumers as this is a total scam. I contacted the BBB in Texas and they had not listing of the telephone number (214-461-0542). I have filed a report with the FTC and will be notifying the credit bureaus.
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